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, and the aerospace industry in the u.s.? at t. rowe price, we understand the connections of a complex, global economy. it's just one reason over 75% of our mutual funds beat their 10-year lipper average. t. rowe price. invest with confidence. request a prospectus or summary prospectus with investment information, risks, fees and expenses to read and consider carefully before investing. >>> day two of the murder trial for olympian oscar pistorius under way in south africa. he entered his not guilty plea yesterday for the murder of his girlfriend, reeva steenkamp. >> do you understand the charges, mr. pistorius? >> i do. >> how do you plead? >> not guilty, my lady. >> dramatic testimony from a neighbor outlined the terrifying moments leading up to the shooting. >> just before the gunshots, it was blood-crudling. it was something that leaves you cold. it's something that you can't portray in the court. you can't explain it. you just know that a woman's life was really threatened. >> he says he thought steenkamp was an intruder. >>> from the parade of papers, los angeles times raising questions about how
? at t. rowe price, we understand the connections of a complex, global economy. it's just one reason over 75% of our mutual funds beat their 10-year lipper average. t. rowe price. invest with confidence. request a prospectus or summary prospectus with investment information, risks, fees and expenses to read and consider carefully before investing. >>> here with this now, history professor from tufts university and founding director for the center of race and democracy, pe peniel joseph, who is also the author of "stokely: a live." >> last time i was here you were stumped by my name. peniel comes from the bible and it literally means i have seen the face of god and i still live. >> that's beautiful. >> what did you think about the last time you were on the show? >> i enjoyed the banter. >> i love your name, the love the origins of it. >> that's beautiful, really nice. >> you say in this book he really affected a generation of disaffected black youth to a mo more radicalized position. >> the more interesting aspect is the fact that he's from trinidad, he goes to one of new york city's best
. the second row? >> doesn't affect us as a big and powerful nation? [inaudible] >> the president said that bashar al-assad must go, him being there has been enormous problems for the united states and our credibility in the region. >> yes, that is already half of it with the implication. [laughter] do not okay, sir, right instrumentally question. the fact is during this meeting in january, about 10,000 people were killed in syria. how long do we need to be in geneva to continue and how long will it keep going at this rate? >> that's a good question. we should have had a president obama. >> i have been talking about what should be done. bashar al-assad is happy to go to geneva because he will keep talking and tort of make it seem like he is serious am a trying to deflect serious attention. because he will know this process for as long as he can while people suffer on the ground. he is reported to have once described his relations with western countries is a game of tom and jerry. i think we are seeing this in this way. >> one more question in the middle there we met. >> raise your hand
all by "the hollywood reporter." she is always in the front row. >> everybody doesn't get every dress, right? >> only one person gets the dress. >> reporter: back at her home studio, she shows us what this client has worn. >> this was for charlize for the golden globes. >> this is under a week. i assume the dress was made at this point. >> it is being made, probably, as we speak. >> reporter: meanwhile, in los angeles, carla welch is getting two stars ready for the big night on sunday. >> can you tell me who you are dressing for the oscars? >> no. but one of them is very top secret. >> reporter: top secret? >> top secret. >> reporter: if you're wondering if what an actress wears on the red carpet really makes a difference, consider lupita nyong'o, nominated as best actress for her stellar acting in "12 years a slave." >> somebody like lupita nyong'o is incredibly beautiful, incredibly hot actress that nobody has known before. >> her style launched her into a whole new level of fame. >> she was so incredible in that movie. so stunning and you're asking me about my picks, i'm rooting fo
using them in overwhelming numbers and, chris, it's been working. we've had several elections in a row where we haven't had long lines at the polls, where people have been able to exercise their franchise. the problem from the republican point of view is any haven't always gotten the results that they want and so they're changing the rules again. >> i want to play the ohio gop chairman who appeared earlier to make the argument that it was too costly. take a listen. >> having government offices open on weekends is an unusual thing. try to go to the post office on a weekend or try to go visit your congressman's office on a weekend, on a sunday. they're almost never open. having to pay these folks overtime, all of this burden falls on the local elections officials. they're the ones who came to us. they're the ones who came to the secretary of state and to the legislature and asked for some relief. >> your response to that? >> it is just absolutely absurd. first of all, how do you put a price tag on democracy? we know what happens when we don't fund these things appropriately. the state ha
the front row. they knew that the muslim brotherhood formed in egypt and pushing to take a takeover of mubarak and they didn't understand that the message was support for the voices of those folks sitting in the front row. and after that speech, our then secretary of state, hillary clinton, made the statement that mubarak needs to be gone yesterday, he needs to be gone yesterday. the egyptian people didn't understand why it appeared to them that the new administration was supporting the muslim brotherhood opposing mubarak and implying that the leader of the muslim brotherhood should come to power. and as they demonstrated in the streets, mubarak was pushed out and into elected office -- was the leader of the miami brotherhood. and it is incompetence in the government and each move was that they wouldn't some another election and the individual ights they had was going to be diminished. and the 83 million egyptians, of which 5.6 million voted for morsi as president and he did an incompetent job and as the economy went into shambles. we were better off under mubarak, they said. on jun
mind at all. >> jeff row, you interviewed president obama on sunday. he doesn't buy into the idea that other countries, whether it's iran or syria, that they aren't convinced that he would act. in fact, he told you point blank that he knows the iranian leaders were worried that he would actually do something militarily? >> right. he applied without saying anything, obviously, that they have good information about the way that they react to his moves. his argument was the obanly rean he gave up the chemical weapons is because they actually believed that he would attack. and so he believes that his deterrent power is in place. obviously with russia you're dealing with a much larger power, a nuclear power, so the actions are more limited. but he believes that people take him seriously when he says i'm going to use force. it's an open question and different parts of the world including the middle east and eastern europe whether those leaders believe it. >> what do you think? >> what do i think? >> yeah? i think he's a president who has found himself using military force far more than
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